The main aim of this PhD thesis is to contribute to the growing body of empirical research on EBP implementation in social work, by exploring the factors that support or impede EBP implementation in social work practice and further developing our understanding of how implementation of evidence-based practice in social work practice can be improved. The focus is on Dutch Social Work.
This report summarises the evidence on the effectiveness of interventions to increase decision-makers' use of research in various areas. It includes two reviews: A review of review of the literature on evidence-informed decision making; and a scoping review of research conducted in the broaders social sciences.
Integration and Implementation Insights hosts blog posts written by researchers and practitioners from all over the world on tools and concepts useful for research implementation (as well as knowledge synthesis and dealing with unkowns).
The Integration and Implementation Sciences is an intellectual hub sitting within the Australian National University. The website hosts a range of research implementation resources including tools, journals and relevant conferences. There are also resources for knowledge synthesis and dealing with unkowns.
We co-host and support conferences and webinars on a regular basis. On our Youtube Channel you can find impressions from our 2015 launch together with presentations given by - among others - Byron J. Powell, Per Nilsen, and Jonathan Flory. We add new material regularly, so stay tuned.
In this video, Nick Sevdalis gives a brief introduction to aspects of Implementation Science and its importance
This series of short reports produced by SISEP cover scaling up evidence-based practices in education, intensive technical assistance, and readiness for change.
Report providing a summary of issues to be considered when implementing a new research programme to increase the chances of success.